Visual Essay

  1. a short text animation to bring awareness of the events occurring in Japan right now.

    You can give to Japan by going to:

    redcross.org or text “Red Cross” to 90999

    globalgiving.org.

    americares.org

    This animation was inspired from a drawing by Lee Crutchley: quoteskine.co.uk/post/3785741990

    Source: economist.com/blogs/asiaview/2011/03/after_earthquake

    Music: Sigur Ros - Straumnes

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  2. Visual Essay on how Education is the solution for the drug problem but, unfortunately, is not a priority for our government. Instead, they spend our tax money attacking other countries.

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  3. This is a short film by MAYA Design about architecture in its broadest sense. This film is a companion piece to our film about information. If you'd like to understand how architecture will drive profound changes in the world as we enter the era of pervasive computing (some call it the "Internet of Things"), pre-order our new book! Want to learn more about the future of the future and how we'll not only survive but thrive? Order the book!
    trillions.maya.com

    Just want a taste, visit: maya.com/the-feed/what-is-information-architecture

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  4. This is a short film (a fast paced preview of our new book about Trillions) by MAYA Design created to put some perspective on the invisible but fast approaching challenges and opportunities in the pervasive computing age.

    Want to learn more about the future of the future and how we'll not only survive but thrive? Trillions, the book is now available in hardcover and kindle versions at Amazon, at Barnes and Nobles, and on iTunes. trillions.maya.com

    For more information please visit: maya.com/practices/research

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  5. 86-year-old World War II veteran Joseph Robertson fought at the Battle of the Bulge. Over 60 years later, he still can't forget one soldier he killed there.

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